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Samuel A. Greene
Samuel A. Greene
Professor of Russian Politics, King's Russia Institute, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk
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Moscow in Movement: Power and Opposition in Putin's Russia
S Greene
Stanford University Press, 2014
2182014
Putin V. the People. The Perilous Politics of a Divided Russia
SA Greene, GB Robertson
Yale University Press, 2019
1212019
Beyond Bolotnaia: Bridging Old and New in Russia's Election Protest Movement
SA Greene
Problems of Post-Communism 60 (2), 40-52, 2013
972013
Agreeable Authoritarians: Personality and Politics in Contemporary Russia
S Greene, G Robertson
Comparative Political Studies 50 (13), 1802-1834, 2017
572017
Affect and autocracy: Emotions and attitudes in Russia after crimea
SA Greene, G Robertson
Perspectives on Politics 20 (1), 38-52, 2022
402022
Twitter and the Russian street: memes, networks and mobilization
S Greene
Center for New Media and Society Working paper 1, 2012
38*2012
Politics, justice and the new Russian strike
SA Greene, GB Robertson
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 43 (1), 73-95, 2009
382009
The Nature of Immobility in Russian Society
S Greene
Pro et contra 1, 2, 2011
32*2011
Running to stand still: aggressive immobility and the limits of power in Russia
SA Greene
Post-Soviet Affairs 34 (5), 333-347, 2018
262018
Citizenship and the Social Contract in Post-Soviet Russia
SA Greene
Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 20 (2), 133-140, 2012
23*2012
How Putin Wins Support
G Robertson, S Greene
Journal of Democracy 28 (4), 86-100, 2017
222017
From Boom to Bust: Hardship, Mobilization & Russia's Social Contract
SA Greene
Daedalus 146 (2), 113-127, 2017
192017
The End of Ambiguity in Russia
S Greene
Current History 2015 (October), 251-258, 2015
182015
Homo Post-Sovieticus: Reconstructing Citizenship in Russia
SA Greene
Social Research: An International Quarterly 86 (1), 181-202, 2019
162019
How Much Can Russia Really Change? The Durability of Networked Authoritarianism
SA Greene
PONARS Policy Memo, 2012
142012
Shifting media and the failure of political communication in Russia
SA Greene
The Post-Soviet Russian Media: Conflicting Signals, 56-70, 2009
142009
You are what you read: media, identity, and community in the 2020 Belarusian uprising
SA Greene
Post-Soviet Affairs 38 (1-2), 88-106, 2022
122022
Society, politics, and the search for community in Russia
S Greene
Russia in 2020, 459-476, 2011
92011
Engaging history: the problems and politics of history in Russia
S Greene, M Lipman, A Ryabov
Engaging history. The problems and politics of memory in Russia and the post†…, 2010
82010
Re-Engaging Russia in an Era of Uncertainty
SA Greene, D Trenin
Carnegie Endowment, Policy Brief, 2009
82009
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